Moriah Feiner Trenk is a undergraduate student at NYU's Steinhardt School studying with Seymour Bernstein, and is currently in her junior year.
Recent engagements have included a performance at Queensborough Community College as a winner of the 2013 “NYC’s Rising Stars" competition, as well as playing at a party at the Lotos club for Alan Gilbert and members of the NY Philharmonic. Moriah is a prizewinner of various competitions; including the Hudson Valley Music Club competition, the NYU Art of Solo and Collaborative Piano Award, the Yonkers Concerto Competition, the YWCA and Korean Daily News Piano Competition, the International Concert Alliance Piano Competition, and runner up in the Westfield Concerto Competition. Moriah was selected to perform in masterclasses with leading performers such as Vladimir Feltzman, Alexander Kobrin, and Carter Brey. She previously studied with Paul Ostrovsky and Sara Davis Buechner.
Moriah is an accompanist for the NYU Children’s Chorus, and was recently an accompanist for an NYU production of Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs For a New World,” as well as a Tisch New Theatre production of "West Side Story,” and a centennial celebration at the Sunningdale Country Club. She enjoys working as a teaching assistant at the Hoff Barthelson Music School summer arts program, and being a page-turner at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.